Campaign India Team
Jan 18, 2023

Wootag appoints Aditya Singh Chauhan

Moves from Myntra

Wootag appoints Aditya Singh Chauhan
Wootag has announced the appointment of Aditya Singh Chauhan as country manager for India.
The visual marketing platform aims to scale up its regional business in the APAC market with this development. 
Chauhan will be responsible for leading Wootag’s go-to-market functions, driving client satisfaction and scaling the marketing platform’s ad adoption in India.
He moves from Myntra, where he was associate director - brand partnership, monetisation. 
Raj Sunder, CEO and founder, Wootag, said, “Not only does India boast the second-fastest growing economy in the G20, but its marketing industry has also evolved rapidly to keep up with the emergence of the video consumption and e-commerce ecosystem and the ever-changing demands of consumers. This makes India such an important market for us in the region, contributing significantly to our business across Asia Pacific.” 
Chauhan said, “I am thrilled to be joining Wootag and I would like to thank the company for trusting me to lead the team into the next chapter. I am excited to contribute to the company’s growth journey and empower our clients to succeed in a distributed and rapidly changing world.” 
In a career spanning over 14 years, he has also worked with Affle, Reliance Communications and Balaji Telefilms, among others.  
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